It has been warm and dry here in Cody this year. But that is not unusual.
People sometimes are under the impression that winter arrives and dumps prodigious amounts of snow from New Mexico to Canada from October to May. That is simply not true. Sure, the higher elevations can see plenty of the white stuff in winter, but that is a good thing since the ski areas just happen to be located there.
If you watch a Denver Broncos game on television, more often than not the sun is shining and the fans are in their shirtsleeves. There was one Monday night game, however, where the snow started falling in the first quarter and covered the field quickly. The next day – maybe even that night – the telephones at the resorts started ringing and people started booking rooms and vacation packages.
Our weather is very much like Denver’s. It tends to be fair, dry and sunny. Our elevation is right around 5,000 feet.
So when a spring snowstorm blew through here on Tax Day, few people complained. We can always use the Read More